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South Koreans suffer under soaring property prices
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Flash floods, mudslides kill 13 people in South Korea
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Torrential rain causes flooding and landslides in South Korea, leaving 6 dead
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South Korea floods leave 13 dead
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Covid update: Ayodhya priest worried; South Korea on India, vaccines; gym rules
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NEP 2020: S Korea thinking to establish Korean language institute in Delhi, says Envoy
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World Heritage Festival: South Korea’s centuries-old tradition
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Watch: Women sanitation workers signal their arrival by blowing whistle to collect waste
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Samsung rolls off UV Sterilizer with wireless charging in India
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Sensex cracks by 335 points but pharma stocks outperform
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North Korean Reports First Possible Covid-19 Case
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No beer or chicken but South Korean fans are back at the ball game
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N. Korea 'emergency' over suspected COVID-19 case
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Coronavirus: Kim Jong-un Declares State of Emergency
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North Korea places border city in lockdown over fears of first Covid-19 patient
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Chinese giant panda gives birth in South Korean zoo
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SpaceX launches satellite, breaks turnaround time
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Samsung launches range of SSDs in India
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Coal plant taints South Korea's green pledge
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Coronavirus: Asymptomatic cases 'carry same amount of virus'But the South Korean study couldn't say how much this group actually passed coronavirus on.
South Korea battles deadly floods and landslidesAt least 15 people are killed and more than 1,500 displaced after 42 days of continuous rain.
Coronavirus: South Korean Shincheonji sect leader arrestedLee Man-hee, who leads the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, is accused of obstructing contact tracers.
Harry Harris: US envoy to South Korea shaves off controversial moustacheHarry Harris removes his facial hair, which reminded some South Koreans of colonial rule.
Coronavirus: Swimming defector was not infected, says S KoreaThe suspected patient crawled through a drain then swam to North Korea, the South says.
The children of Korean War prisoners who never came homeSouth Korea largely forgot its prisoners of war. Now their children are fighting for recognition.
North Korea on alert over 'first suspected coronavirus case'State media say a defector who returned from South Korea has Covid-19 symptoms.
Dog meat: Koreans are divided over the issueEating dog meat has become controversial within South Korea as growing numbers own dogs as pets.
Coronavirus: South Korea in recession as exports at 57-year lowIt joins a growing list of trade-reliant countries that have seen their economies slump.
Adoptee Kara Bos's search for her roots in South KoreaKara Bos was adopted as a baby from South Korea by a US couple. But her birth father is standing in the way of her discovering her roots.
South Korea rejects US extradition request over child abuse websiteA Seoul court says the man behind a massive child sexual abuse website could help future investigations.
Choi Suk-hyeon: South Korean triathlete kills herself 'after abuse'The young triathlete took her own life after lodging complaints over alleged abuse from coaching staff.
North Korea: Balloons and speakers raise Korean border tensionsPropaganda balloons have become a symbol of a worsening relationship between North and South Korea.
Coronavirus: South Korea confirms second wave of infectionsThe country was praised for its handling of the virus, but now cases are back on the rise.
Vietnam in talks to ease entry for visitors from China, South Korea, JapanVietnam is holding talks aimed at easing the entry of citizens from China, South Korea and Japan into the country after restrictions on foreign visitors amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of..
South Korea's nuclear envoy visits U.S. as tensions flare with North KoreaSouth Korea's chief nuclear negotiator will hold talks with officials in Washington on Thursday amid flaring tensions with North Korea after Pyongyang blew up an inter-Korean liaison office and..
Defectors prepare packages to send to North Korea despite growing tensionsA North Korean defector-led group on Thursday prepared hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice which they plan to float into North Korea, despite a legal challenge from South Korean authorities..
South Korea's Moon faces crisis in peace bid with North but has few optionsSouth Korea's President Moon Jae-in faces the biggest crisis yet in his bid to foster reconciliation with North Korea, as it lashes out with the destruction of a joint office and rolls back agreements,..
North Korea rejects South's offer of envoys, vows to redeploy border troopsNorth Korea said on Wednesday it had rejected a South Korean offer to send special envoys to ease escalating tension over defiance by North Korean defectors and stalled reconciliation efforts, and it..
South Korean unification minister offers to step down, Yonhap saysSouth Korean Unification Minister Kim Yeon-chul, who oversees engagement with North Korea, offered on Tuesday to step down, saying he takes responsibility for a worsening in ties between the..
South Korea says will no longer accept unreasonable behavior by North KoreaSouth Korea's presidential Blue House said on Wednesday that recent North Korean criticism of President Moon Jae-in was senseless and that it will no longer accept unreasonable behavior by the North.
Timeline: From historic summit to building destruction, North Korea unsettles U.S.North Korea on Tuesday blew up a building set up in 2018 in a border town as a joint liaison office to foster better ties with South Korea, the latest in a series of actions by Pyongyang that have..
U.S. urges North Korea to 'refrain from further counterproductive actions'The United States responded to North Korea's blowing up of a joint liaison office with South Korea on Tuesday by saying it fully supports Seoul's efforts on inter-Korean relations and urging Pyongyang..
North Korea destroys inter-Korean liaison office in 'terrific explosion'North Korea on Tuesday blew up a building set up in 2018 in a border town as a joint liaison office to foster better ties with South Korea after threatening action if North Korean defectors went ahead..
U.S. says in 'close coordination' with South Korea after North Korea destroys liaison officeThe U.S. government is in "close coordination" with South Korea after North Korea destroyed an inter-Korean liaison office on Tuesday, a senior Trump administration official said.
South Korea vows to respond sternly if North keeps raising tensionsSouth Korea's presidential office said on Tuesday it will respond sternly if North Korea continues to raise tensions after destroying a joint liaison office that was a symbol of inter-Korean..
North Korea blows up liaison office on its side of border with SouthNorth Korea blew up and destroyed an inter-Korean liaison office in its border city of Kaesong on Tuesday, South Korea said, after Pyongyang threatened to take action if defector groups push ahead with..
North Korean army 'fully ready' for action over South Korean propaganda leaflets: KCNANorth Korea's army is ready to take action if defector groups push ahead with their campaign to send propaganda leaflets into North Korea, state media said on Tuesday, in the latest warning of..
'Black Lives Matter' banner removed at U.S. embassy in South Korea after Trump displeased: sourcesA large “Black Lives Matter” banner draped on the outside of the U.S. embassy in Seoul was removed on Monday after President Donald Trump expressed his displeasure about it, two people familiar..
South Korea may face a new coronavirus wave without tough social distancing measures: expertSouth Korea will face another wave of coronavirus infections, with as many as 800 new cases a day by July, if the government does not introduce stricter social distancing guidelines, a prominent..
South Korea's Moon urges North to keep peace deals, return to talksSouth Korea's President Moon Jae-in urged North Korea on Monday to refrain from raising tension and return to dialogue, after threats trumpeted by state media in Pyongyang to cut ties and take military..